Controversial rapper Snoop Dogg has swapped songs about weed and broads for a new album about God (and weed).

The West Coast Hip Hop icon, who’s sold more than 35 million albums across the world, has teamed up with gospel artist B-Slade for the song titled Words are few.

In anticipation of his 16th album, Snoop is set to hit the stage with Evans, Tye Tribbett, The Clark Sisters, and Rance Allen at the NFL’s Super Bowl Gospel Celebration ahead of Super Bowl LII on Feb. 1, where Erica Campbell, Sheila E. and Donnie McClurkin, and Sounds of Blackness will perform. The event will air on BET Feb. 3, just one day before the big game.

Even outside of his gospel album planning, Snoop has maintained a busy schedule. In October, he released his Make America Crip Again EP, and more recently, he announced “Coach Snoop,” an inspirational youth football program for Netflix.

Bible of Love follows Snoop’s 2017 album Neva Left, which debuted at No. 54 on the Billboard 200.